Brandon Duford was Triton's leading point-getter and team MVP this past season. He competes primarily in the 55-meter hurdles, in which he finished fourth in the league at the CAL Indoor Track Championships with a time of 8.81. He also ran a 9.05 in the event's preliminary round, finishing fifth. After graduation, Duford hopes to go on to study photography in college, and he credited assistant coach Graham Eaton as a mentor.
Adam Elfiki was Amesbury's team MVP and one of the most dominant and versatile athletes in the league. He was the Cape Ann League champion in the 55-meter hurdles and long jump, winning the events with a time of 8.15 and a school-record jump of 19-7. He also placed fourth in the league in the high jump by clearing 5-6, and after the meet he was honored as the CAL Baker Division Athlete of the Year. He went on to place third in the state in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.17 at the Division 5 State Championships and 17th in the long jump, and at All-States he placed 18th in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.20. Elfiki is also a star in the classroom, maintaining a GPA of 4.71, and next season he will be a team captain.
One of Newburyport's top distance runners, Gabe Ficht placed second in the Cape Ann League in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 2:42.33 and was also a member of Newburyport's state championship-winning 4x800 relay team. Ficht also placed seventh in the state in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 2:41.90 at the Division 5 State Championships. Ficht said the highlight of the season was winning the program's fourth-consecutive state championship, and he said he look sup to coach Don Hennigar as a mentor and role model.